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Researchers Lack Support Needed to Share Data

Researchers in the U.S. and numerous other countries are not getting the support they need to share their data openly...
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Health Apps Serve as Student Wellness Maps

To make wellness content more accessible to learners, colleges and universities are investing in staff- and student-developed health applications.

Who Will Plan Our Cities in the Future? Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Stephen Kofi Diko, assistant professor in the department of city and regional planning at...

California Judge Recommends Suspension of Community College DEI Rules

A California judge has recommended suspension of the enforcement of rules instituted by the California Community College system intended to...
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Opaque Hiring Practices Create Income Equality

The author of The Accidental Equalizer discusses the “luckocracy” that results in students from disparate backgrounds earning similar pay after college.

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Merger of Online Program Companies Suggests ‘Reset’ in the Market

Academic Partnerships’ acquisition of Wiley’s online program business is latest change in tumultuous online program management market.

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Survey: Course Materials’ Costs Impact Student Success

A new survey of college students in Pennsylvania suggests that some are undercutting their own success over concerns about paying for required course materials. What does this mean for the rest of higher ed?

University of Phoenix’s Accreditor Approves Deal With Idaho

The Higher Learning Commission, which accredits the University of Phoenix and roughly 500 other colleges across the United States, has...